How did you spend Take Your Poet to Work Day? We want to know. Like this, from Callie Feyen. What a marvelous, ticklish, soul-jazz way to spend the day!
Today is Take Your Poet to Work Day! Join us and your favorite poets for all the smart fun in workplaces around the world.
We’re just days away from Take Your Poet to Work Day. Stop in and pick up a free Take Your Poet to Work coloring book to help you and your favorite poet get ready for the big day!
Take Your Poet to Work Day is coming July 16. We have a brand new crew of poets that are eager for the chance to go to work with you.
Artful chocolate, famous punk authors, poetry in the supermarket, and how to not write a novel. It’s the best in poetry: our monthly Top Ten Poetic Picks.
The worst state to borrow books for fictional children, what memoir is not, revising everything from poetry to the NSA. It’s our Top Ten Poetic Picks.
Can night poetry have sunshine? If you’re Emily Dickinson, you might find a way to mix dark and light by speaking symbolically.
San Francisco in toothpicks, getting Beowulf wrong, everything Emily Dickinson ever wrote on. It’s this week’s Top 10 Poetic Picks.
Emily Dickinson’s pickup lines, op-ed poetry, why you should draw with your 4-year-old. It’s a brand new week of our Top Ten Poetic Picks.
For the love of bad books, how Emily Dickinson’s poetry reads like a science book, keeping books safe from bananas. It’s our Top Ten Poetic Picks.
Reclusive Emily Dickinson is the perfect poet for Take Your Poet to Work Day if you work from home. She won’t even complain if you work in your pajamas—she’ll be ghosting about in a house dress that’s as white as the bed linens.
Both poems and mirrors “Tell all the Truth, ” as Emily Dickinson insisted, but they “tell it slant.” Angela Alaimo O’Donnell talks poetry and mirrors.
The apostrophe is dangerous. A book is a startup. Dorothy Parker is not running her Facebook account. It’s the best in poetry and poetic things.
Poetry acknowledged invisible things, the things that haunt us. Amber Haines shares her journey into poetry.
The editors have culled our very favorite links from our weekly Top 10 Poetic Picks from 2012.
Using a paragraph of prose from Kristin LeMay’s “I Told My Soul To Sing, ” Kimberlee Conway Ireton crafts — and explains how to write — a found poem.
Glynn Young announces a winner for the free copy of Kristin LeMay’s “I Told My Soul to Sing: Finding God with Emily Dickinson.”
In “I Told My Soul to Sing: Finding God with Emily Dickinson, ” Kristin LeMay uses 30 poems to navigate the rocks of belief, prayer, and mortality. LeMay’s Dickinson is remarkably human. Glynn Young reviews this new volume and has a giveaway.
Repurposing books into purses, the presidents’ favorite poetry, and why you need a contrarian in your life. Will Willingham has all this and more in This Week’s Top Ten Poetic Picks.
In the hands of the poets, wine is poetry and poetry is wine. Angela Alaimo O’Donnell, together with wine and poetry, invites you to the Feast of Life.